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We recently moved our laundry room into what used to be a very tiny bathroom. My husband installed a large pocket door to maximize the small space. The room needed a quick re-do to make the space work. A trip to Lowe’s quickly turned this small space laundry room into a useful and organized work space!


Small Space Laundry Room Ideas

To give our laundry room a fresh look we first installed a laminate counter on top of the washer and dryer to make a nice work surface. We used a counter top with a back splash to keep socks and small clothing items from falling behind the washer.

Lowe’s had plenty of closet storage ideas that we could borrow for our laundry room. We installed Rubbermaid Shelving to make the best use of the space . For years we have sorted our clothes into dish tubs. Now the tubs have the perfect home. Our clothes from the laundry shoot fall right into a large laundry basket sitting on the counter. Wet clothes can be hung over the large wash sink.

Everything now has a home and our laundry room looks organized, clean and fresh!


Do you have a room that could use a little re-do?

Win a $100 Lowe’s Gift Card One lucky reader will will a $100 Lowe’s Gift Card as part of Lowe’s Makeover Challenge.

How to win a $100.00 Lowe’s Gift Card

Leave a comment on this post telling me what room needs a makeover. Please one comment per person!

Giveaway is open to US residents age 18 and over only. Giveaway ends Sunday, May 6th at noon CST. Winner will be chosen at random and has 24 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen!



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Disclosure: Lowe’s provided me with a gift card for supplies.


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  1. your Laundry room looks great. I think mine could use some of the changes you added. Great idea thanks.

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  3. We just bought a fixer upper house, so pretty much every room needs some help! I’d probably use it to do the kitchen though – thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  4. Our laundry room in in need of a makeover. I need storage so badly so I can keep things organized. Just the thought of looking in there makes me want to run away! This giftcard would be of temendous help!

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